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green bay in week one with alex smith at the helm. kaepernick has the reins now. aaron rogers offered this assessment to the signal you will calling. >> really athletic guy. he is tall and fast. he has a big arm. we saw a couple plays on national tv and he made big time throws down the field. he can exstepped plays with his feet. >> he knows the offense pretty well jie. rogers is actually good friends with alex smith. this sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. in the second half hour mike shumann goes one on one with david lee. that's an interview. it is thought on the court. >> it is a good thing, i think. thank you, colin. >>> still to come, social networking gone horribly wrong. the flash mob that turned into a brawl. and growing concerns about a flu epidemic, and what you can do right now to protect yourself. and the love letters thought to be lost forever returned decades after ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪ ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we b
now. aaron rogers offered this assessment to the signal you will calling. >> really athletic guy. he is tall and fast. he has a big arm. we saw a couple plays on national tv and he made big time throws down the field. he can exstepped plays with his feet. >> he knows the offense pretty well jie. rogers is actually good friends with alex smith. this sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. in the second half hour mike shumann goes one on one with david lee. that's an interview. it is thought on the court. >> it is a good thing, i think. thank you, colin. >>> still to come, social networking gone horribly wrong. the flash mob that turned into a brawl. and growing concerns about a flu epidemic, and what you can do right now to protect yourself. and the love letters thought to be lost forever returned decades >>> good evening. i'm ama dates. in tonight's headlines, a san francisco woman is in stable condition after being set on fire allegedly by her boyfriend. 25-year-old star lamar and dexter oliver got into an argument at a laundromat. oliver doused lamar with gasoline and
not only sent the 49ers to the nfc championship game, but he also outplayed green bays a aaron rogers with an nfl record- setting performance. colin kaepernick was primed for primetime tonight. on the 4th play from scrimmage, kaepernick tries to force the pass to vernon davis, it's sam shields with the pick six, taking it back 52 yards for the packers. kaepernick comes back and set and nfl quarterback single game record by rushing for 181 yards. 181 yards, folks. packers take a 14-7 lead before kaepernick leads the 49ers on this play. the kid from chico tries to go deep, but that is too deep. terrell brown makes a great catch, rogerses, two touchdowns and that one pick by brown. after that interception, niners come back with another drive. kaepernick to crabtree. kaepernick passes for 263 yards, that is 444 yards passing and rushing for colin. the kid from turlog outperforms the chico native rodgers. tied at 24, colin again, forget michael vick, rg3 and cam noughton, kaepernick sets a record for rushing for 181 yards. do i have to tell you again? ? his second td of the game. frank go
game and took aaron rogers by surprise, but almost schooled him with his ability to run all over the field. and how does he match up with matt ryan? >> well, it's a very different quarterback. because matt ryan is a pocket quarterback and has the receivers and julio jones and ronnie white at tight end tony gonzalez to do it. and the 49ers are more of a running team and they can throw the ball, but in the era of running quarterbacks and we saw atlanta defense russell wilson rather well and kaepernick tore up the packers running the ball and didn't make the defensive adjustment and falcons have to make at that adjustment and prepare for kaepernick running probably first before him throwing otherwise won't be able to pull off the win. >> they were man on man coverage and almost got to cover him like running back with two guys on him. i have the big board, everybody can't see it because i'm sneaking and watching the game, chris. houston against new england, 41-28 a minute '09 left in the quarter and if they can tie it up with a huge points spread and can't imagine that they won't. >>
that no quarterback in history had a night like that. there is talk the big stage was not too big for him. aaron rogers he is now king. >> we played great today, the offensive line, are running backs ran well and a receiver ran place. >> the way that he runs it is amazing. did he just do that? >> he was running all over the field and the big, strong, athletic and throws the ball well. >> is funny that pam still has that same scouting report. >> they are going to be looking for him. and they are or to be scouting for him. football and boxing but i agree. if he even plays remotely like he did on saturday against atlanta it will be incredible. but he is on half time for the seattle against atlanta and:kaepernick. he is modest. he is eon. so the coach just cuts him oand it just shows you the point is that it our business. you can be the king of the world but if you are not saying anything. he was talking on the field. and speaking of sunday. the onetime clear, gonzales is going against his 16 career. he wept after the game. atlanta are through a big, big lead. gonzales is a 95 percent sure that he i
cards. wouldn't it be nice if you could talk to hang aaron or roger maris or babe ruth? those are the guys who lost their records. if someone got 4257 and beat my record and he was linked to steroids, i'd have a lot of things to say about him, but as of right now, up till now, that has not happened. when you alter the statistics of baseball, you're really cheating the fans of every era and the fans of today's era because it's just not right. >> so you think you should be eligible for the hall of fame, right? do you think one day it will change? >> well, here's what i think. i think this is america and i think everybody at one time or another should be given a second chance. >> right. >> and that's what i'm waiting for. i'm not here to complain because i'm the one that screwed up. i'm not complaining to anybody, i just hope that someone that runs baseball will feel in their heart to give me a second chance. i won't need a third, i guarantee you that. >> it is america's pastime. in america, it's all about redemption, isn't it? we love a good redemption story. >> well, we've got
't it be nice if you could interview babe ruth? roger maris, hank aaron? those are the guys who lost their records because of the suspension of steroids, not -- i don't know if i'll get in trouble for this, i have to defend roger clemmens in this. the reason i have to defend him is because until this day, he says he didn't take steroids, and he's never flunked a drug test, and he went in front of two different courts and they both ruled in favor of him. who am i to say that roger clemens took steroids because he won some games after he's 40 years old. bonds admitted he put the steroids on him, sosa flunked a test. palmeiro flunked a test, let's talk about biggio and piazza and jack morris. >> yeah, that was my next question. let me ask the question, there were others on the ballot, catcher mike piazza as you said, the dodgers and the mets, craig biggio was on there, long time second baseman for the houston astros. and curt schilling. many say he helped the boston red sox win in 2007. the fact that they got shut out, does that surprise you? >> it does. at least one of them should go i
not belong in the same baseball universe as hank aaron. >> well, he belongs in the hall of fame, joe. i mean, prior to 1999 when the suspicions of steroid use and bonds were linked together, he's a hall of fame ballplayer. roger clemens, yankees, red sox career, he's a hall of fame ballplayer. >> mike, i understand that's like saying that a guy before he started robbing banks at 35 was a really good deacon at his church. >> i know. >> and by the way, bonds, i mean, here's the great tragedy -- and teach it to our kids -- barry bonds was one of the ten greatest baseball players of all time before he started cheating. it wasn't enough for him. she was selfish and greedy. how many times did he do 30/30? 30 stolen bases, 30 home runs when his head wasn't the size of one of these cameras. >> yeah. >> it was the summer of 1998 that did it. he watched mark mcgwire and sammy sosa go nuts. he watched the country fall in love with them. he watched them put up 70 home runs. he said wait a minute. i'm better than both of those guys. he decided to play catch-up. jason stark at espn had a great piece. you
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